went up to the dining room to get a cup of tea and there i met mr. justice stone who had just come home from the court and was getting his cup of tea, and we greeted each other, sat down to have another chat. he said how are you getting on. i said all right. then i said you know, i am having big trouble, mr. justice, because we don't know in this draft of the economic security act i am working on, we're not quite sure, you know, what will be a wise method of establishing this law. and it's a difficult constitutional problem, you know, and we're guided by this, that and the other case. he looked around, put his hand up, said the taxing power, my dear, the taxing. you can do anything. i didn't question him any further. i knew it wasn't proper for him to tell me, shouldn't say it, but i went back to my committee and never told them how i got my great information.